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WVU Dining Services is committed to providing a safe dining experience for our students, faculty and staff as they return to campus. Learn about some of the additional safety measures we will be implementing this fall in response to COVID-19.

Nutrition Counseling

An invitation from WVU Dining Services Dietitian Cami McMillen-Haught:
My name is Cami McMillen-Haught and I am the registered dietitian that works with WVU Dining Services. I’m here to help you achieve your nutritional and wellness goals! I’ve been a dietitian for 18 years and I love working one-on-one with students to help them overcome their dietary challenges.  If you need help with weight loss, weight gain, meal planning, diabetes counseling, food allergies/intolerance, or eating disorders, I'm happy to work with you to start building better nutrition habits. Counseling is offered for free to all WVU students.  To make an appointment, please feel free to email me at, or click the link to the right. 

Let me know how I can support you in your studies this year!

Cami McMillen

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